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Written by John Bolton, Graham Marks, Goethe and Nicholas Vince. Art and cover by John Bolton. Collecting previously published John Bolton material, Strange Wink includes covers, pin-ups, and short stories from Fly in my Eye, Cheval Noir, etc. Much of it is out of print. All of it has a slightly twisted, horrific slant. This issue includes "Oscar Hellian," a detective in Hollywood in the early stages of the movie industry who comes up against all sorts of supernatural weirdness; "The Erlking," an adaptation of a poem by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe about a mysterious otherworldly figure who spirits away children in the night; and a graphic adaptation of Christina Rossitti's classic "Goblin Marhet." Plus more! 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.95.
Written by John Bolton, Graham Marks, Goethe and Christina Rossetti. Art and cover by John Bolton. John Bolton is one of the finest illustrators in comics today. Known for his vivid forays into the fantasy and horror genres, this collection of short stories ranges from the classical ("Faust") to the comical ("Fighting Words") to the downright creepy ("Bad Bread"). Not for the weak of heart, only for the strong of mind. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.95.
Written by John Bolton, Graham Marks, and Ann Nocenti. Art and cover by John Bolton. More of John Bolton's twisted ruminations on life, art, and the nastiness in-between. Working with a variety of writers, John presents masterwork tales of horror. Insane experiments, the minds of madmen, and deformed specimens of humanity are all subjects of John's exquisite brush. Many of these stories have been out of print for years, and this is the only place to get them -- along with a brand new cover! 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.95.